Tag: ClientWP

My Best Wasn’t Good Enough, so I’m Starting Over

See the link at the bottom for a discount on @clientwp Second Edition A couple years ago I wrote my first book, Client Oriented WordPress Development and I was wicked proud of it. Writing a book had been on my list for a few years and I finally thought I had a topic worth expanding […]

Posted: August 29, 2014

Template Map makes my Client Work Easier

TL;DR: Built another WordPress plugin: Template Map (GitHub) Very often my inspiration for building plugins is to make my life easier. Selfish as that may be, I’m a big fan of the idea behind using your own publicly released code as much as possible. When you’re actually in the trenches using the code you’re that […]

Posted: July 20, 2014

Writing my First Ebook – One Month Later & at Least 7 Lessons Learned

It’s been over a month since Client Oriented WordPress Development hit the shelves and I’ve learned quite a bit about the process along the way. I’m sure there are a lot of people contemplating the same exact project so I’d like to offer a bit more insight to the inspiration, the process, and the aftermath of my experience.

Posted: May 22, 2012

Proud to Debut: Client Oriented WordPress Development

I’m thrilled to introduce Client Oriented WordPress Development, an ebook I’ve written that explains how to improve your process of WordPress development through a focus on best practices & client needs. This is arguably one of my bigger personal projects and I’m ecstatic that it’s been released.

Posted: April 09, 2012